Virtual Worker, Remote Worker, Telecommuter, whatever name you want to call it, I have experienced it in spades.
Within minutes of posting yesterday about the homeless, crime, and vans parked on my street, a police officer knocked on my door. Yesterday, van #1 was driven away. Van #2 appeared the day before. On opening my door, the officer asked about the appearance of Van #3, which was suspicious because of Canadian plates and
Normally, I would not mention any of this. I feel for the homeless in general. To take someone’s home, when that home is a van or car, is not an enjoyable act. I spent nearly two years living in an RV, and I have a fair degree of compassion. In the end, no one lost
Rather than write journal entries this weekend I decided to go down the rabbit hole of fixing a laptop and doing my taxes. I filled in the remaining time with impromptu visits with friends and fresh baked sourdough bread. Laptop I decided to retire my daughter’s first college laptop, an HP Pavilion tablet. I replaced
Habits take effort to form. Scott Adams (the Dilbert creator and author, https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays) suggests building systems over setting goals, advice with I both agree and recommend. For a variety of reasons my good habits have shifted to less-than-good. My systems no longer work for what I want to achieve. Developing a system for success is